We can think of very little quite as satisfying as our trip to The Radnor Arms. This quaint old blacksmith’s forge, situated in the beautiful National Trust village of Coleshill, now acts as a veritable paradise for food-lovers and drink connoisseurs alike. Given that it’s been voted one of the 100 most famous pubs in the country by readers of the Sunday Telegraph, it would have been rude of us not to pay a visit. Inside you’ll find a regal collection of gastronomic and alcoholic delights – all curated wonderfully by manager Janine. Start your evening with a glass of wine from the well-researched, well-priced list, and step into a restaurant serving a whole array of culinary treats. From starters such as potted hot smoked salmon with honey and crème fraîche, to the more traditional mains like homemade pie of the day (served with seasonal vegetables and new potatoes), you’ll find something to excite any and everybody’s tastebuds. What really sets The Radnor Arms apart as a gastropub, however, is the forge microbrewery that operates on-site. Expertly producing a number of ales, all of which are served in the bar, The Radnor Arms offers the chance to buy ale to take away, in quantities ranging from five pints to 72.